Last year, Atlanta rapper T.I. spent several extra months behind bars for violating his probation after being released on gun possession charges stemming from 2009. Since his latest release from prison, Tip has managed to stay on his best behavior, and this hasn't gone unnoticed by the judge.

T.I. was recently given more freedom to travel outside of his home state of Georgia. The rapper's probation officer filed to have his traveling privileges extended from seven up to 12 days and the judge agreed to the request. This gives T.I. moretime to spend on the road. 

According to his probation officer, the the Grand Hustle general has conducted himself in a responsible manner and has finished up a mandatory drug and alcohol program.

He only has five months left of supervised release, so hopefully he can maintain the same attitude through the rest of that stretch.